Little Sister

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101 Best Restaurants: 15 dining destinations in downtown Los Angeles

Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 7, 2020

branzino accented with glistening heaps of seaweed chermoula. — P.I.E. 416 W. 8th St., Los Angeles, CA 90014, freehandhotels.com/los-angeles/the-exchange (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times) 68. Little Sister The menu at chef Tin Vuong’s Vietnamese-leaning

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Review: Little Sister Downtown has addictive lemon grass chicken, a gonzo banh mi and good congee

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • March 4, 2016

My editor likes Little Sister Downtown an awful lot, you should probably know, and she has managed to eat there at least 15 times since it opened in late fall. Midday interview? Little Sister. Breakfast meeting? Little Sister. Supper with the kids

? Little Sister. If she could get away with it, I suspect she would probably edit the section from one of the sun-dappled tables up front in the narrow restaurant, away from the open kitchen and the paintings of helicopters and murderous butterflies. She is

For Mother's Day, a mother shares her food memories of Mexico

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • May 9, 2020

in the groves that the park now protects. (Patricia Escárcega / Los Angeles Times) What was it like to move to a new country? It was very hard. I walked my little sisters to school and we were regularly harassed by a group of neighborhood cholos who

Colonia Taco Lounge closes in La Puente, moving to Whittier

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • October 21, 2015

space never had an alcohol license, but I hope the michelada recipe eventually makes the trip from La Puente too. ALSO:  Jonathan Gold’s 5 best L.A. burritos Breakfast congee, gangsta rap and Chinese doughnuts at Little Sister DTLA Head to Broken Spanish

Counter Intelligence: Officine Brera is the grand, serious Italian restaurant L.A. has been yearning for

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • March 25, 2016

the dish to try is uni-topped black risotto Little Sister Downtown has addictive lemon grass chicken, a gonzo banh mi and good congee

Review: Mian restaurant has noodles like no one else in the San Gabriel Valley

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • March 18, 2016

noodles. MORE In Venice Beach, the place to eat is Dudley Market, and the dish to try is uni-topped black risotto Little Sister Downtown has addictive lemon grass chicken, a gonzo banh mi and good congee At Josiah Citrin’s Charcoal Venice, the meat is meat

Review: In Venice Beach, the place to eat is Dudley Market, and the dish to try is uni-topped black risotto

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • March 11, 2016

; bone marrow with feta and Campari; black risotto; nettle tagliarini; boudin blanc. MORE Jonathan Gold’s 101 best L.A.-area restaurants of 2015 Little Sister Downtown has addictive lemon grass chicken, a gonzo banh mi and good congee At Josiah Citrin’s

Lincoln restaurant in Pasadena has things that can bowl you over

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • March 27, 2015

morning she decided to clean out her refrigerator? Things in Bowls, all of them. They are healthful. They keep you regular. You could probably survive on them for weeks if you had to, especially if you got to throw in lamb bacon like they do at Little

Sister. The great Eastside destination for Things in a Bowl is probably Lincoln, a new Pasadena brunch restaurant up by the Altadena border, which can sometimes seem as if it has as many varieties of Things in a Bowl as Baskin-Robbins has of ice cream

Mozambique Peri Peri Opens in Newport Beach

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 12, 2011

OC’s only South African restaurant has begat OC’s only South African fast-casual eatery. Mozambique Peri Peri, the take-out little sister of Mozambique in Laguna Beach, is now open for business in Newport Beach’s The Bluffs, joining Pei Wei, Freshii

Solita: A Little Bit of SOL

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 6, 2014

their grease, dunking them in the three kinds of salsa supplied to us, we decided we needed to keep the duros coming. And at Solita, the duros are limitless. This is SOL's more stripped-down, casual, proletariat little sister. Located in the increasingly